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KQED set back, for now, in boosting its Contra Costa radio signal

Wednesday, August 29, 2012

KQED had expressed interest in buying the frequency of the Mount Diablo Unified School District’s little-listened-to FM station but the school board has decided to keep it, at least for another year. KQED wants to upgrade its patchy signal in Contra Costa County and had eyed FM 90.5, which broadcasts as KVHS, as a re-broadcast station. It's used by students at Clayton Valley Charter High School.

From the pubcaster’s statement, as reported by the Contra Costa Times:
If and when the Mt. Diablo school board decides to officially put the station on the market, we will consider a possible purchase.

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